The Globe -- Bethlehem
Wednesday, November 26, 1924
Turkey Day Game Played There But Big Tilt Here On Saturday

Although the Steel Workers journey to Newark, N. J., for a Thanksgiving Day game, the contest will be nothing in comparison to the big clash on tap in Bethlehem next Saturday when the Bethlehem F. C. will have to be at its best in opposing the big Boston professional aggregation. Lovers of soccer will hardly miss this opportunity of seeing the Hubmen in action, and those who are lukewarm to the sport should make it a point to be among the patrons to see two of the highest geared soccer elevens in the country in action.

Archie Stark the Bethlehem center forward, continues to lead the league in the individual scoring honors, with a total of 23 goals. Harold Brittan, of Fall River, and A. Stevens, of Boston, are the nearest rivals with 16 goals each. Other high scorers in the league are J. Best, Providence, 15; R. Drummond, Coats, 12; J. Nelson, Brooklyn, 10; A. Stradan, Fleisher Yarn, 9; H. Carlson, Indiana, 9; H. McGowan, Fall River, 7; K. Schylander, Indiana, 6; T. Abdullah, Providence, 6; R. Perry, Coats, 6; T. Fleming, Boston, 6; W. Hogg, Brooklyn, 6.

The schedule over the weekend follows:


Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club